Indie rock doesn’t get much more by the book than this, and nor does it get much more infectious and joyful.
Monthly Archive: November 2014
Opening with ‘Walk On Me, Jiggley Jones’ tone is rich and packed full of an authentic country rock vibe.
Curious Quail’s unique brand of alternative, folksy indie rock is here to demand your attention.
Opening with ‘Elevation Repair’, KAVA’s sound is immediately reminiscent of those building layers from The Field, with added bite and psych stylings.
Kicking off with ‘Hey Hey’, Bigfoot Barefoot’s sound immediately comes across as like something you’ve not heard before.
‘Life’ is a smooth and laid back slice of soul infused hip hop here to carry you along the night time city streets.
‘Mexico City’ opens with an evocative mix of atmospheric sounds before launching fully into the track, which bristles and splutters with old school blues rock confidence.
Channelling the classic emo/hardcore sounds of Finch, The Receiving End Of Sirens, and Taking Back Sunday, Ahtanum Shore burst onto the scene with their latest collection of brutal tunes.
‘Rise Up’ starts things off with a strong world music beat and rhythm, as fragments of glacial melody begins to drift into the mix.